Last Updated 5/1/02
WASHINGTON JUNETEENTH 2002

June 13-19, 2002


Schedule of Events

Thursday, June 13th
Juneteenth Gospel Concert

Friday, June 14th
Juneteenth Art & Historical Exhibition Opening Reception

Saturday, June 15th
1st Annual National Juneteenth Black Holocaust Memorial Service

Sunday, June 16th
Juneteenth Fathers Day Worship Service

Juneteenth Benefit Gospel Concert & Reception

Monday, June 17th
Juneteenth Benefit Jazz Concert & Reception

Tuesday, June 18th
Juneteenth Book Signing & Reception

Wednesday, June 19th
3rd Annual National Day of Reconciliation & Healing
From the Legacy of Slavery Prayer Service

3rd Annual Juneteenth Frederick Douglas Freedom March

3rd Annual National Juneteenth Rally

6th Annual National Juneteenth Prayer & Praise Worship Service




Thursday, June 13th
Juneteenth Gospel Concert
6:00pm - 9:00pm

Dave Bass
Gospel Live
6200 Annapolis Road
Hyattsville, MD

Friday, June 14th
Juneteenth Art & Historical Exhibition Opening Reception
6:00pm - 9:00pm

Alvin Carter - National Juneteenth Artist
The Mark E. Mitchell Collection of African-American History
Washington DC Temple Visitors Center
9900 Stoney Brook Drive
Kensington, MD

Saturday, June 15th
National Juneteenth Black Holocaust Memorial Service
1:00pm - 5:00pm

Lincoln Memorial
National Mall
Washington, DC

Sunday, June 16th
Juneteenth Fathers Day Worship Service
10:45am

Vermont Avenue Baptist Church
Rev., Dr. John R. Wheeler, Pastor
1630 Vermont Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC

6:30pm

Juneteenth Benefit Gospel Concert & Reception

Local Gospel Choirs & Singers
African-American Civil War Museum
1200 U Street, N.W.
Washington, DC

Monday, June 17th
Juneteenth Benefit Jazz Concert
6:30pm

Rev. Ron Myers Improvisational Jazz Praise Ensemble
Featuring Jazz Vocalist Gloria Martin Jackson

Washington DC Temple Visitors Center
9900 Stoney Brook Drive
Kensington, MD

 
Tuesday, June 18th
Juneteenth Book Signing & Reception
7:00pm

"My Bondage & My Freedom"
"To the Slave What is the 4th of July?"
By Frederick Douglas
Rewritten By Elizabeth Anderson

"Juneteenth"
By Dr. Charles Taylor

"Frederick & Anna: Alive and in Love"
Special Presentation with
Frederick Douglass, IV and
his wife B.J. Douglass

Frederick Douglas Museum & Hall of
Fame For Caring Americans
320 "A" Street, N.E.
Washington, DC

Wednesday, June 19th
National Juneteenth Holiday Observance
08:00am

3rd Annual National Day of Reconciliation & Healing
From the Legacy of Slavery Prayer Service


Embassy of the Prince of Peace
9455 Newbridge Road
Potomac, MD

11:00am

3rd Annual Juneteenth Frederick Douglass Freedom March

March begins at the Washington, DC historic home of Frederick Douglass at 320 "A" Street, N.E. and ends at the West Side of the U.S. Capitol Steps and Grounds
Washington, DC

12:00noon - 4:00pm
3rd Annual National Juneteenth Rally

West Side of U.S. Capitol Steps and Grounds
Washington, DC

7:00pm

6th Annual National Juneteenth Prayer & Praise Worship Service

Washington Christian Center
Dr. A. Lorenzo McKinney, Pastor
2200 Culbera Drive
Hillcrest Heights, MD

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